Sterling Prusik Cord - 8mm

Sterling Prusik Cord - 8mm
Sterling Prusik Cord - 8mm
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Prusik Cord - 8mm by Sterling
Cut the Sterling Prusik Cord off its stool to make separate prusik knots for belays and, since you get 50 meters of it, you'll still have enough left to use it in pulley and anchor systems. This cord's 8mm diameter provides the best possible compatibility with rescue ropes in both 1/2-inch and 7/16-inch diameters, meaning it will grip well and bring the best resistance whether you're using your gear or your friends' gear.

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SKU: STE000E
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